There are 2 main translations of clap in Spanish

: clap1clap2

clap1

aplauso, n.

Pronunciación: /klap//klæp/

nombre

  • 1

    (applause)
    aplauso masculino
    to give sb a clap aplaudir a algn
  • 2

    (slap)
    palmada femenino
  • 3

    (noise)
    a clap of thunder un trueno

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (applaud)
    (performance/person) aplaudir
    they were warmly clapped off the pitch recibieron una calurosa ovación al abandonar el campo de juego
  • 2

    (slap)
    he clapped me on the back me dio una palmada en la espalda
    • she clapped her hands (together) batió palmas / dio una palmada de alegría (/ satisfacción etc. )
    • to clap one's hands to the music dar palmadas al compás de la música
  • 3coloquial

    (put, place)
    he was clapped in prison lo metieron en la cárcel
    • he clapped his hand over my eyes me tapó los ojos con la mano

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (applaud)
    aplaudir
  • 2

    (strike hands together)
    dar una palmada

There are 2 main translations of clap in Spanish

: clap1clap2

clap2

gonorrea, n.

Pronunciación: /klap//klæp/

nombre

  • 1argot

    (gonorrhea)
    gonorrea femenino
    • Ally stood up and gave Brian a clap on the shoulder.
    • With a clap on the shoulder for me and a kiss for Willow, he went to bed.
    • With a friendly clap on the back, he sent Josh over to a group of elderly gentlemen, who all happily shook Josh's hand.
    • As he was about to get to the part of fighting, when he felt a strong clap on the back of his shoulder.
    • Those involved would be the first to accept a clap on the back if they had won.
    • There came a hearty clap on my shoulder and I half-turned to come face to face with a ruddy-complexioned bloke about my own age, perhaps a little less.
    • Bill Hogan designed it and he really does deserve a clap on the back.
    • He gave me a soft clap on the shoulder, which nearly sent me tumbling to the floor.
    • Sam snivelled and nodded, earning himself a clap on the shoulder.
    • His heart nearly jumped out of his chest when a hand suddenly descended on his shoulder with a loud clap.
    • Feeling the claps of a hand on his shoulder Ben turned and could not resist a smile as Jack took out his trademark deck of cards and shuffled it in mid air.
    • This announcement earned him a smile and a clap on the shoulder before Aurelio began chopping the potatoes into neat little cubes.
    • More than the traditional acknowledgement - a clap on the back - which usually went to sponsors in the past.
    • ‘This is a gesture done for reassurance and a sort of transfer of strength,’ he said, demonstrating the shoulder clap again.
    • At his age I'd say he deserved a massive clap on the back.
    • She smiled, giving both of them a friendly clap on the shoulder.
    • Mark gave him a friendly clap on the shoulder, ‘ah, don't worry about it, you'll find out sooner or later right?’